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Fort Worth Chapter

Message from the Fort Worth Chapter President

 

 

All,

The Association of Old Crows Fort Worth Chapter STEM Scholarship Golf Tournament held on Friday, October 04, 2019 at Squaw Creek Golf Course located in Willow Park, Texas was a resounding success.  This year featured a car and cruise for hole in one, terrific raffle prizes (Pizza Hut, Heim BBQ, CiCi's, AOC Headquarters, etc).  Fun was had by all.  Many thanks to our major sponsors Merrill Lynch, IEEE Fort Worth Chapter, Rhode-Schwarz, and Test Equity.  We are already looking to next year's tournament in 2020, same location around October 03, 2020.  However, if you missed the tournament this year and would like to contribute to our scholarship fund you can do so by mailing a check or money order payable to AOC Fort Worth Chapter Educational Foundation to:

AOC Fort Worth Chapter

P.O. Box 150573

Fort Worth, Texas 76108

Attention:  Timothy O'Conner

We have a couple monthly meetings planned the rest of this year, one in November and one in December.  We will send out the notification and details in the next few weeks.

 

Please address any questions about upcoming  events to timothy.oconner@lmco.com or Samuel.garza@lmco.com.  For more information on this and other events contact Tim O’Conner at (817) 777-7953.

 

Timothy O’Conner, President

AOC Fort Worth Chapter

 

 

 

Note:The AOC will allow the chapters to offer 2019 annual memberships for $25 dollars   Mail check and application to the AOC address at the bottom of the form.  Form can also be emailed to oneilin@crows.org.  This will continue for 2020 as well.

Click on the link below for the application

aoc-memb-app-fort-worth.pdf

 

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wrote on the Chapters: Fort Worth Chapter wall: 2020 Scholarship Application deadline extended to 31 May 2020!
Posted Thursday, April 16, 2020
wrote on the Chapters: Fort Worth Chapter wall: Membership Info: AOC Chapters can recruit new members over the age of 25 at the $25 rate. A new discount code has been created for chapters to use when recruiting new members at your events or during your own chapter recruitment drives. The discount code is 25DISC. You can also use the $25 discounted rate application.
Posted Monday, March 9, 2020
wrote on the Chapters: Fort Worth Chapter wall: Chapters help get out the word ot our young crows and Industry. Internships are now available within the AOC Career Center! • Internship Seekers: Search available internships to gain the experience you desire • FREE Internship Postings: The AOC is committed to supporting the growth of the EW talent pool by offering FREE Internship Postings for AOC Industry Members
Posted Monday, March 9, 2020
Martin B. Johnson (USAF Ret) joined the group Chapters: Fort Worth Chapter.
Posted Thursday, February 13, 2020
wrote on the Chapters: Fort Worth Chapter wall: Dear Chapter President’s Applications for 2020 AOC /Raytheon Scholarship are now open! We need your help in getting the word out. The deadline for submissions is March 31st. APPLICATION About the Scholarship The Association of Old Crows (AOC) Educational Foundation (AEF) will be providing two scholarships to students currently in their sophomore or junior year of college. THE AOC STEM STUDENT OF THE YEAR: Each $12,500 scholarship will be awarded in May 2020 to one male and one female student studying in the fields of engineering or engineering technology and interested in working in the Aerospace and Defense Industry. These scholarships are funded by a generous $25,000 donation from Raytheon Company. About the AOC Educational Foundation The scholarship program is administered by the AOC Educational Foundation, a 501(c)3 education foundation. Eligibility • Applicant must be a US citizen • Applicants must be registered as a full-time student in sophomore or junior year of matriculated undergraduate engineering or engineering technology study at time of application submission in an accredited college/university. • Academic excellence in study relating to signals collection, signals processing, cyber technologies (offensive/defensive), electronic transmission & receipt of signals, spectrum visualization, and similar fields of study with interest and/or potential contribution to the Department of Defense (DoD, Aerospace and Defense Industry, or other Government Agencies is preferred . • Applicant must have a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher. • Interest and potential future contribution to national defense. (Based on the student essay) Selection Criteria • Academic excellence in engineering or engineering technology area of study. • Student essay - Interest and potential future contribution to national defense. If you have any questions or need additional information regarding the application process, please do not hesitate to contact: Brian Hinkley Glorianne O'Neilin Chair, Scholarship Committee Director of Membership Operations AOC Education Foundation Association of Old Crows brian.hinkley@aecom.com oneilin@crows.org Selection Students are selected by an independent organization not affiliated with the AOC or the AEF. The selected student names, degree program, expected graduation year, essay and nominations (if any) will be presented to the AEF Scholarship Committee for routine confirmation of the selection process. No financial information is requested. Deadline and Award Notice • Fully completed applications and accompanying paperwork must be received NO LATER THAN March 31, 2020 • Scholarship awardees will be selected and announced NO LATER THAN April 2020 Scholarship funds will be awarded through the selected students educational institution in the student’s name for tuition for the Fall Semester 2020. For students attending educational institutions that cannot accept funds limited to tuition expenses, scholarship funds will be awarded to the institution to be applied to financial support of other programs authorized by the educational institution including loan programs, military clothing/equipment issue expenses, etc accrued during a student’s tenure.
Posted Friday, January 17, 2020
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